Keep Clean the Green Way

Premier Magazine (South AFrica) - - Lifestyle -

The City of Cape Town has im­ple­mented Level 6B wa­ter re­stric­tions, lim­it­ing Capeto­ni­ans to 50 litres of wa­ter, per per­son, per day. The av­er­age modern home wash­ing ma­chine uses about 50 litres of wa­ter per cy­cle – an en­tire day’s worth of wa­ter. If the city reaches the dreaded Day Zero, each per­son will have to queue for an al­lo­cated 25 litres per day, mak­ing home laun­dry close to im­pos­si­ble. Green Planet Laun­dry al­lows Capeto­ni­ans to save wa­ter and stay within their al­lo­cated amount, with­out hav­ing to wear dirty socks! The first of its kind in Africa, this in­no­va­tive laun­dry uses pu­ri­fied bore­hole wa­ter in­stead of mu­nic­i­pal drink­ing wa­ter, and re­cy­cles and reuses 98% of the bore­hole wa­ter used on site. Kind to your cloth­ing, kind to the en­vi­ron­ment, and very com­pet­i­tively priced, Green Planet Laun­dry is the an­swer not only dur­ing the time of drought, but also for the future to en­sure we adopt a wa­ter-wise life­style. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.green­plan­et­laun­dry.com.

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